1999 songs

Here are the songs of 1999. The good, the bad, the rock, the roll, the classical and the heavy. It's all about the music and it's all about what was around in 1999.
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  1. 10 Days Late

    10 Days Late


    "10 Days Late" is a song by the American alternative rock band Third Eye Blind. Written about an unexpected pregnancy, it was the third single released from the band's 1999 album Blue. It peaked at #21 on the Alternative Songs chart. A music video was shot for the single.

  2. 19 De Noviembre

    19 De Noviembre (1999)


    "19 de Noviembre" ("November 19th") is a song performed by Colombian singer-songwriter Carlos Vives for his seventh studio album El Amor de Mi Tierra (1999). Written by the singer, Emilio Estefan and Angie Chirino. EMI Latin released the song as the third single from the record.

  3. 1er Gaou

    1er Gaou


    "1er Gaou" is a song by Ivorian Zouglou artists Magic System, taken from the album of the same name. The title literally means "First Fool" in Ivorian slang. The song contains an autobiographical account of lead singer Salif "A'Salfo" Traoré about his ex-girlfriend who tried to hook up with him again when he became famous. Originally recorded in 1999, it became smash indie hit in France three years later. The song meant the breakthrough of little-known Magic System.

  4. 4 5 6

    4 5 6


    "4, 5, 6" was the first single released from Solé's debut album, Skin Deep. It was produced by Christopher "Tricky" Stewart and featured a guest verse from JT Money and a chorus by Kandi. This was Solé's second collaboration with JT Money and Stewart, as the three had worked together on JT Money's hit single "Who Dat" the previous year

  5. 808



    "808" is an R&B song released in 1999 by American R&B girl group, Blaque. "808" was released as the lead single from Blaque's self-titled debut album Blaque. "808" was a success in the United States becoming the group's first top ten hit peaking at number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 and top five peaking at number four on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles.

  6. A la fiesta

    A la fiesta


    A la fiesta is the third single by Spanish-French europop singer Miranda from her album, Fiesta. It reached #66 on the Dutch Singles Chart.

  7. A Little Bit Of Luck

    A Little Bit Of Luck


    "A Little Bit of Luck" is the 1999 debut single by English UK garage duo Luck & Neat. The song reached the Top 10 on the UK Singles Chart, peaking at #9. It was the first of three consecutive Top 10 hit singles for the duo, the next two being "Masterblaster 2000" (UK #5) and "Ain't No Stoppin' Us" (UK #8), both released in 2000.

  8. Albuquerque

    Albuquerque (1999)


    "Albuquerque" is the last song of "Weird Al" Yankovic's Running with Scissors album. At 11 minutes and 22 seconds, it is the longest song Yankovic has ever released on any of his official studio albums.

  9. All God's Children

    All God's Children (1999)


    "All God's Children" is a song recorded by American singer Belinda Carlisle for her second greatest hits album, A Place on Earth: The Greatest Hits. It was written by Paul Barry, Billy Lawrie and Mark Taylor. It was released as a single in November 1999, reaching #66 on the UK Singles Chart.

  10. All My Life

    All My Life


    "All My Life" is a song recorded by Canadian country music artist Jim Witter. It was released in 1999 as the first single from his second studio album, All My Life. It peaked at number 8 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in April 1999.

  11. All The Small Things

    All The Small Things (1999)


    "All the Small Things" is a song by American rock band Blink-182. It was the second single released from the band's third album Enema of the State. The track was composed primarily by guitarist Tom DeLonge as both an ode to his girlfriend (later wife) Jennifer Jenkins and one of his favorite punk groups, the Ramones. Recorded in Los Angeles with producer Jerry Finn, the song was created with the intention of shipping it to radio, as the trio felt they needed a single "really catchy and basic."

  12. All Things Considered

    All Things Considered


    "All Things Considered" is a song written by lead vocalist Tim Hunt and recorded by the American country music group Yankee Grey. It was released in June 1999 as the leadoff single from the group's first album, Untamed. The song reached #8 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

  13. Always You

    Always You (1998)


    "Always You" is a pop song recorded by American singer Jennifer Paige. It was released in July 1999 as the third single released from her debut studio album Jennifer Paige. The song was written by Andy Goldmark and J.D. Martin. For this single, Always You was remixed by Groove Brothers. The B-side is replayed by Mick Guzauski. "Always You" reached number six on the Billboard Dance/Club Play chart.

  14. Amores Perros

    Amores Perros


    "Amores Perros (Me Van A Matar)" is a song from the soundtrack of the film "Amores Perros" as performed by Julieta Venegas.

  15. Angeline



    "Angeline" is a song recorded by Canadian country music artist Sean Hogan. It was released in 2000 as the fifth single from his second studio album, Hijacked. It peaked at number 8 on the RPM Country Tracks chart in September 2000.

  16. Angel's Son

    Angel's Son


    "Angel's Son" is a song written by Lajon Witherspoon and Clint Lowery of Sevendust and performed by Witherspoon and two fellow Sevendust members (drummer Morgan Rose and guitarist/vocalist Clint Lowery) and ex-Snot band member (now ex-Sevendust guitarist) Sonny Mayo, for the post-mortem compilation CD in honor of James Lynn Strait known as Strait Up. This was the only single track from the tribute album. Subsequently, a studio version of the song was produced by Sevendust for the closing track to their 2001 album, Animosity.

  17. Another Dumb Blonde

    Another Dumb Blonde


    "Another Dumb Blonde" is the first single from American pop/rock singer Hoku's eponymous debut album. The single is also featured on the soundtrack of the 2000 Nickelodeon theatrical film, Snow Day and was also featured in the film itself. The single was released in January 2000.

  18. Anyone

    Anyone (1999)


    "Anyone" is the second single from Swedish duo Roxette's Have a Nice Day album. It was released in May 1999.

  19. Appears

    Appears (2000)


    "Appears" is the eleventh single released by Ayumi Hamasaki on November 10, 1999, along with her second album, Loveppears. "Appears" is Hamasaki's only song that has been the title track of one of her studio albums as well as the A-side of one of her singles ("Secret," the title track of the album Secret, was released on a later single, but only as a B-side). Because of that distinction, the covers of "Appears" and Loveppears are similar in appearance. The single was limited to 300,000 copies.

  20. A・Ra・Shi



    "Arashi" (stylized as A・RA・SHI) is a song recorded by Japanese boy band Arashi. It was released on November 3, 1999 by the record label Pony Canyon as their debut single. "Arashi" was used as the theme song for Arashi's mini-drama V no Arashi (Vの嵐) and for the 8th World Cup of Volleyball hosted by Japan in 1999, featuring the group as supporters. While both the regular and limited editions were released as a CD single containing two songs and its instrumentals, only the limited edition included a poster.

  21. Artsakh



    "Artsakh" (Armenian: Արցախ) is a 1999 instrumental folk song composed by Armenian composer Ara Gevorgyan. The song has been popular in Armenia since it was released. "Artsakh" is widely used in cultural, sports and political events and occasions and by figure skaters and gymnasts around the world. It is also in the video game EA Sports MMA.

  22. Aurora

    Aurora (1999)


    "Aurora" is a song by Foo Fighters and the sixth track on their 1999 album There Is Nothing Left to Lose.

  23. Awful



    "Awful" is the twelfth single, and also third EP, by American alternative rock band Hole, from their third studio album Celebrity Skin. Released in April 1999 by Geffen Records as a CD single, the song's lyrics explore how the media and modern pop culture corrupt young girls and how they should rebel against this. The line "swing low, sweet cherry" in the song is an allusion to the African American spiritual hymn, "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot".

  24. Back In My Life

    Back In My Life (2000)


    "Back in My Life" is a song by Dutch group Alice DeeJay. It was released in November 1999 as the second single from the album, Who Needs Guitars Anyway?. The song reached number one in Norway and the top ten in Finland, Ireland, Netherlands, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

  25. Bad Blood

    Bad Blood (1999)


    "Bad Blood" is a song by industrial metal band Ministry. The song was the second single from the band's 1999 album Dark Side of the Spoon. The song is featured on the soundtrack for the film The Matrix, and has become one of the band's more popular songs, specifically on the internet. The song was nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Metal Performance at the 42nd Grammy Awards in 2000.

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